What you’ll need
· Wire coat hanger
· Pine cones - I used a combination of shop bought (found a bag in a charity shop for £1) and ones I found in a local forest (just make sure they don’t have bugs or bird poop on them)!
· Christmas garland (I used the same poundland ones I used in my Make a garland for under £10 post)
· Wire cutters
· Any decorations you want to add (I ended up using LED battery lights in the end from, you’ve guessed it - poundland)!
Bend your coat hanger into the shape you want (doesn't have to be too neat as you'll be covering it up)! I decided to go for a heart shape but you could do a traditional round wreath or any shape you fancy!
Wrap the garland around the hanger – this gives it a good base and makes it easier to attach the pine cones.
Wire the pine cones and then attach them to the wreath. I added the bigger pine cones first then smaller ones. This ensured there was an even coverage
Add any further decorations. I’ve only added LED lights but you could keep it plain, add bow, spray with fake snow, or whatever you fancy!